Will you help more students like Sonia become a Salish Sea steward?
Being on Adventuress gave me a sense of all the life both in the water and along the shore.
I had a sense of how essential it is to preserve the life that surrounds us.”
– Sonia, 6th grade student
With your year-end gift, you can help even more young people and their schools join us for powerful on-the-water educational experiences. Every dollar makes a difference. Aboard Adventuress, shipboard educators inspire students with an experiential framework that uses the “ship as teacher.” Students like Sonia and her classmates experience and practice concepts such as systems, sustainability, teamwork and individual responsibility.
Will you consider a tax-deductible year-end gift which will help subsidize and provide scholarships for shipboard programs for more than a thousand children and teens in 2020?
Your gift of $1,000 can bring aboard an entire classroom like Sonia’s for a unique educational field trip experience. *
Your gift of $500 can bring a teenage girl aboard for 4-day Girls at the Helm program designed to empower girls in STEM and build confidence as leaders alongside women mentors.
Your gift of $250 can help supply the ship with the best teaching resources that will engage students with each lesson and deepen their understanding of environmental and maritime related topics.
Your gift of $100 can help fill the galley with locally grown food for multi-day programs that emphasize the connection between sustainable resource use and our daily practices.
Your gift of $50 can enable one student to climb aboard for an engaging and informative day program under sail.
Your gift of any amount will support the growth of programs and partnerships to reach those young people in our region who most need Adventuress’ programs.
*A donation of $1,000 or more, will ensure your place in our Centennial Circle - a special group of contributors with year-round sails, events and opportunities to gather. You will also receive a custom bronze pin specially designed by Port Ludlow artist Cavin Ritchie.